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From: Ryan S. Wood
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 14:25:09 -0400 (EDT)
Archived: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 20:54:30 -0400
Subject: No Proof Of Fakery In Top Secret UFO Documents
No Proof of Fakery in Leaked Top Secret Majestic Documents
FORENSIC LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS FLAWED AND MISLEADING
No Proof of Fakery in Leaked "Top Secret" Government UFO
Broomfield, CO July 25, 2007 - A determined effort to muddy the waters with claims of "fraud" concerning the extensive Top Secret Majestic, or MJ-12, documents that have leaked from multiple sources in recent years has failed several tests of credibility.
Recently minted Bible professor Michael S. Heiser has issued press notices about his claims in association with a report he is selling on the Internet with promotion for sales of his novel concluding that UFOs are a plot by Satan to take over the earth in the "the fa=E7ade" of an Air Force colonel running Area 51.
Heiser recently paid thousands of dollars to a document examiner, Dr. Carol Chaski to look at only 11 pages (about 5,000 words) of the 3,500 pages of MJ-12 documents leaked to researchers since 1984. Despite the examiner's conclusion that at least one of the 11 pages was in fact written by the author
claimed, Heiser has issued sweeping conclusions that all the MJ- 12 documents are fraudulent.
"Far beyond Heiser's approach, we have originals of some of the
MJ-12 documents," said the Wood's. "And careful forensic
examination of these rare documents has stood the test of
authenticity. At a minimum, there is no complete consensus yet
from the so-called experts, and it is disingenuous for Heiser,
whose previous UFO publishing is confined to his novel, to claim
Ryan Wood along with distinguished aerospace physicist Dr.
Robert Wood and nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman have
published in-depth research on the so-called MJ-12, or Majestic,
documents, some of which have been found in the archives of the
National Archives and Records Administration.